With the promise of more content and tweaks, Iron Harvest could become something to keep an eye on for the competitive players out there. For now, it’s a solid effort that packs more style than substance, resulting in a good time.
An amazing soundtrack and clear art direction surround solid gameplay loops, resulting in Freedom Finger being worth the money…and that’s without paying too much attention to the mastery of Aesop Rock’s tracks.
The Surge 2 hosts some of the best combat and customization seen in the genre it inhabits. That alone makes it worth the admission price, even for those less inclined to more challenging video games. Slick, vicious, fun. Much like wrestling a greasy bear.